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Managing SBICs at a Time
Of Political Change
Best Practices for Launching
Carleton “Cully” L. Olmanson
GMB Mezzanine Capital
Thursday, March 23, 2017
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
New York City
Jenner & Block LLP
Alan Roth, Partner
Christopher G. Aroh, Partner
INSIGHTS FROM 20 EXPERT SPEAKERS!
Faraz Abbasi, Centerfield Capital Partners LP
Christopher G. Aroh, CohnReznick LLP
Robert Castillo, Invision Capital
Jonathan R. Collett, CohnReznick LLP
Michael Donadieu, U. S. Small Business Administration
Michael A. G. Korengold, Enhanced Capital Group LLC
Olga A. Loy, Jenner & Block LLP
Brett T. Palmer, Small Business Investor Alliance
Michael S. Parilla, Maranon Capital LP
Tim Rafalovich, Wells Fargo Bank NA
Alan B. Roth, Jenner & Block LLP
Peter E. Rothschild, RF Investment Partners LLC
Michele J. Schimpp, U. S. Small Business Administration
Corey L. Sclar, Brookside Mezzanine Partners
Joseph B. Sindelar, CrossBay Capital Partners LLC
Arthur A. Spivey, U. S. Small Business Administration
James B. Upchurch, Caltius Capital Management LP
Jeffrey M. Walters, LaSalle Capital
Barry Wides, U. S. Department of the Treasury
Since Linda McMahon, co-founder of World Wrestling Entertainment, was confirmed as head of the Small Business Administration (SBA) in the Trump administration, speculation has mounted about what changes may come to the agency’s small business investment company (SBIC) program.
The SBIC program is famous for being the federal government’s most successful job creation program. It works by providing leverage to back private capital for growing companies. SBA funding for SBICs rose 10 percent to a record $26 billion in fiscal year 2016. And the program has become more attractive since the limit on SBA leverage on family of fund sizes was raised to $350 million.
Will the new administration support further expansion of the financing program? Will it speed up the licensing process, which many fund sponsors find laborious?
Register now to gain valuable insight as our panelists assess the outlook for SBICs when you attend The Capital Roundtable’s all-day conference on “Best Practices for Launching and Managing an SBIC” on Thursday, March 23, 2017 in New York City.
Obtaining an SBIC license can be a complicated process and the SBA imposes restrictions, so investors need to know the ins and outs -- and the pros and cons -- of seeking SBIC funding. Especially because some regulations can limit and shape the kinds of investments that are made.
At this conference, you’ll hear seasoned SBIC investors share the mistakes they’ve made and the lessons they’ve learned.
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And 20 Other Industry Experts
Carleton “Cully” L. Olmanson is a partner and founder of Minneapolis-based GMB, which provides financing to lower middle-market companies. In May 2016, the Small Business Administration selected GMB as the SBIC of the Year, recognizing the overall superior performance of its funds.
Before forming GMB, he spent 19 years at U.S. Bank, rising to senior vice president and division manager, where he focused on middle-market leveraged lending. He was also responsible for originating and managing a portfolio of investments in private equity funds and for select mezzanine and equity investments. He earned a bachelor’s degree and an MBA from the University of Minnesota.
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